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=         S U P E R   S M A S H   B R O T H E R S  M E L E E          =
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=                       T R O P H Y   G U I D E                       =
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=                      By: Chris Memolo (Mem010)                      =
=                        E-Mail: See Section 9                        =
=                        Last Update: 12/29/02                        =
=                             Version 3.4                             =
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=                        0. Table of Contents                         =
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0. Table of Contents
1. Update History
2. Legal Information
3. Introduction
4. Trophies & Getting Them
     I. One-Player Mode Trophies
    II. Event Match Trophies
   III. Stadium Trophies
    IV. Multiplayer Trophies
     V. Requirement Trophies
    VI. Random Trophies
5. Master List
6. Trophy Errors
7. Frequently Asked Questions
     1.  I got <insert trophy name> a different way, etc...!
     2.  Why are the distances for the Home Run Derby so weird?
     3.  What's the order in the Normal listing?
     4.  After I hit B in the Gallery, does that trophy total on the 
         bottom include repeats?
     5.  How do you get the Tamagon trophy?
     6.  Why was Tamagon removed from the American version of the game?
     7.  My chances of getting a new trophy is 0.0% in the lottery, but 
         I'm still missing some trophies!
     8.  Is there anything trophy related that's different when you 
         change the game to Japanese text?
     9.  What's the best way to get a high combo in Training Mode?
    10.  Is there a website where I can see the pictures/descriptions 
         of the trophies?
    11.  What do I get for getting all 290 trophies?
    12.  Is there any way to see the total number of coins I have (spent
          and saved)?
    13.  Any tidbits of information?
    14.  Any interesting additions concerning the trophies?
    15.  How do I get the Mario Riding Yoshi and Helmet-less Samus trophies?
8. Credits / Special Thanks
9. Contact Information



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=                          1. Update History                          =
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12/22/01 (Version 1.0):     *MAJOR UPDATE*
First version of FAQ.  Added everything. Not bad considering I don't get 
the game for another 3 days (but I rented it, so I know what I'm doing)!

12/23/01 (Version 1.1):
Fixed how to get several trophies.  I also added some stuff to the 
introduction and one-player mode introduction.

12/27/01 (Version 1.2):
Amended One-Player Mode Trophies Introduction.  Clarified how to get 
certain trophies. Also re-arranged the order of the trophy sections.

12/28/01 (Version 1.3):
Fixed a typo in how to get the Sheriff trophy.  Decided to add a 
frequently asked question section as well as some questions.

12/29/01 (Version 1.4):
Added a new way to get the One-Player Mode trophies.  Added an FAQ about 
the Normal order in the Gallery and the number of trophies in the 
Gallery.  Fixed the Random Trophies introduction.

12/30/01 (Version 1.5):
Added an FAQ about Tamagon.  Changed spelling of Disk-kun to the proper 
way, Diskun.  Added a note saying continues are allowed for getting the 
Mew trophy.

12/31/01 (Version 1.6):
Clarified how to get the Unown trophy.

01/01/02 (Version 1.7):
Happy New Year!  Clarified how to get the Celebi trophy.  Fixed how to 
get the Lip's Stick and Metal Box trophy.  Added a FAQ about getting a 
higher % in the lottery.

01/06/02 (Version 1.8):
Changed a couple of the FAQs and added a few.

01/07/02 (Version 1.9):     *MAJOR UPDATE*
Added the Trophy Errors section as well as some errors.  Organized the 
Credits / Special Thanks section.  Changed the Master List introduction 
and made minor changes to other introductions.  Combined the Stadium 
trophies and Melee trophies into the Stadium section.  Changed the 
numbering of the trophies (Ex. 83 to 083).

01/10/02 (Version 2.0):
Added that I'm not accepting anymore combo tips.  Added an FAQ about  
why Tamagon was eliminated from American game and an FAQ for a website 
of trophy pics/descriptions.  Found the actual feet distances for the 
Home-Run Derby trophies.

01/21/02 (Version 2.1):
Added the list of questions answered in the FAQ section.  Added two 
FAQs, one about getting all the trophies and the other about the Master 
Sword trophy.

01/26/02 (Version 2.2):
Added "Errors" section in the Trophy Errors section.  Moved the Master 
Sword FAQ to the "Errors" section and clarified it.  Added Birdo to the 
"Errors" section.  Added an FAQ about seeing your coin total.

01/27/02 (Version 2.3):
Clarified the Giga Bowser trophy.

01/28/02 (Version 2.4):
Clarified how to get the Mach Rider trophy.  Added FAQ question to the 
Table of Contents.  Amended Contact Information section.

02/03/02 (Version 2.5):
Removed a colon in-between Brothers and Melee in the introduction.  
Clarified how to get the One-Player Mode Trophies by playing in 
multiplayer.

02/09/02 (Version 2.6):
Added clarification to the "error" on the Master Sword trophy.  Updated 
contact information with a new e-mail address.

03/05/02 (Version 2.7):
Added a note referring to another guide for help with the Diskun trophy.  
Acknowledged that the trophies site is down and I will update it when 
the new one is made.

03/19/02 (Version 2.8):
Fixed the spacing in the ToC.  Fixed a spelling error.

04/13/02 (Version 2.9):
Clarified the Birdo story and an FAQ.  Added an FAQ.

06/15/02 (Version 3.0):
Added the working link to the website for the trophies.  Clarified how to 
get the Bunny Hood trophy.  Added a tidbit about Ganondorf.

06/20/02 (Version 3.1):     *MAJOR UPDATE*
Added an FAQ about the lighting effects and the trophies.  Added some
lighting effects to that FAQ section.  Added two questions that were
missing in the question list at the beginning of Section 7.  Fixed the
listing of the FAQs in the ToC.  Fixed a few typos.  Added e to
anything containing "poke", making it "poke".  Changed spelling of
Porygon 2 to the correct Porygon2.

07/13/02 (Version 3.2):
Fixed a spacing problem.  Added that the Euro version has the Master
Sword's first appearance as a Link to the Past.  Added Birdo's real
name.

08/27/02 (Version 3.3):
Added info about the two new trophies.  Added a FAQ.  Added more info on
Birdo and the Master Sword.  Added a lighting effect.

12/29/02 (Version 3.4):
Added some trophy errors.



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=                        2. Legal Information                         =
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This FAQ and everything included within this file cannot be reproduced 
in any way, shape or form (physical, electronical, or otherwise). It 
cannot be used for profitable purposes (even if no money would be made 
from selling it) or promotional purposes. It cannot be used in printed 
or electronic media in ANY way, shape, or form (including reprinting, 
reference, or inclusion).  This FAQ was created and is owned by me, 
Chris Memolo. All copyrights and trademarks are acknowledged and 
respected that are not specifically mentioned in this FAQ.

This FAQ was written for GameFAQs (URL: www.gamefaqs.com) only. 

If this document is found on any site besides GameFAQs (URL: 
www.gamefaqs.com) please contact me immediately!  Do not e-mail me 
asking to use this document on your website or to publish it because the 
answer will be NO!



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=                           3. Introduction                           =
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Welcome to my Super Smash Brothers Melee in-depth Trophy Guide!  Here I 
have compiled a list of all the trophies in the game.  I decided to make 
this FAQ because there wasn't a full trophy list and how to get them in 
any of the other FAQs, so I decided to take things into my own hands.  I 
split the trophies up into sections, to make it easier to read as to how 
to get them.  I hope this FAQ useful to you!

If you have contributed to the guide, you will be credited in Section 8 
(Credits / Special Thanks).



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=                     4. Trophies & Getting Them                      =
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* Part I: One-Player Mode Trophies *
************************************
These are the trophies that you collect by completing the one-player 
modes, like Classic, Adventure, and All-Star.  There are three trophies 
of each character, one for clearing Classic (no parenthetical note), 
Adventure (Smash 1), and All-Star Mode (Smash 2).  Not at all hard to 
get.  Also note that the Smash 1 trophies are RED and the Smash 2 
trophies are BLUE.

You can get these trophies by playing a certain number of multiplayer 
matches with that character.  Here is the information:

Classic Trophy - 101 VS. Matches
Adventure (RED Smash 1) Trophy - 201 VS. Matches
All-Star (BLUE Smash 2) Trophy - 301 VS. Matches

Ex: If you play 101 VS. Matches with Mario, you will get the classic 
    trophy for Mario.

001. Mario
002. Mario (Smash 1)
003. Mario (Smash 2)
004. Donkey Kong
005. Donkey Kong (Smash 1)
006. Donkey Kong (Smash 2)
007. Link
008. Link (Smash 1)
009. Link (Smash 2)
010. Samus Aran
011. Samus Aran (Smash 1)
012. Samus Aran (Smash 2)
013. Yoshi
014. Yoshi (Smash 1)
015. Yoshi (Smash 2)
016. Kirby
017. Kirby (Smash 1)
018. Kirby (Smash 2)
019. Fox McCloud
020. Fox McCloud (Smash 1)
021. Fox McCloud (Smash 2)
022. Pikachu
023. Pikachu (Smash 1)
024. Pikachu (Smash 2)
025. Ness
026. Ness (Smash 1)
027. Ness (Smash 2)
028. Captain Falcon
029. Captain Falcon (Smash 1)
030. Captain Falcon (Smash 2)
031. Bowser
032. Bowser (Smash 1)
033. Bowser (Smash 2)
034. Peach
035. Peach (Smash 1)
036. Peach (Smash 2)
037. Ice Climbers
038. Ice Climbers (Smash 1)
039. Ice Climbers (Smash 2)
040. Zelda
041. Zelda (Smash 1)
042. Zelda (Smash 2)
043. Sheik
044. Sheik (Smash 1)
045. Sheik (Smash 2)
046. Luigi
047. Luigi (Smash 1)
048. Luigi (Smash 2)
049. Jigglypuff
050. Jigglypuff (Smash 1)
051. Jigglypuff (Smash 2)
052. Mewtwo
053. Mewtwo (Smash 1)
054. Mewtwo (Smash 2)
055. Marth
056. Marth (Smash 1)
057. Marth (Smash 2)
058. Mr. Game & Watch
059. Mr. Game & Watch (Smash 1)
060. Mr. Game & Watch (Smash 2)
061. Dr. Mario
062. Dr. Mario (Smash 1)
063. Dr. Mario (Smash 2)
064. Ganondorf
065. Ganondorf (Smash 1)
066. Ganondorf (Smash 2)
067. Falco Lombardi
068. Falco Lombardi (Smash 1)
069. Falco Lombardi (Smash 2)
070. Young Link
071. Young Link (Smash 1)
072. Young Link (Smash 2)
073. Pichu
074. Pichu (Smash 1)
075. Pichu (Smash 2)
076. Roy
077. Roy (Smash 1)
078. Roy (Smash 2)
082. Giga Bowser - Defeat him in Adventure Mode (Normal or higher, no 
                   continues, and beat the mode in under 18 minutes)
083. Master Hand - Clear Classic Mode on Hard or Very Hard (no continues)
084. Crazy Hand - Clear Adventure Mode on Hard or Very Hard (no continues)
135. Mew - Clear All-Star Mode on Hard or Very Hard (continues allowed)
176. F-Zero Racers - Get all the RED (Smash 1) trophies for all 25 
                     characters
191. Battlefield - Clear All-Star Mode
204. Wario - Clear All-Star Mode (no continues)
230. Samus's Starship - Clear "Escape From Brinstar" in Adventure Mode
255. Meowth - Get all the BLUE (Smash 2) trophies for all 25 characters
276. Donkey Kong Junior - Complete Classic Mode with all 25 characters
280. Mach Rider - Get the Speed Demon bonus


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* Part II: Event Match Trophies *
*********************************
These are gotten by clearing the various events of Event Mode.

104. Motion-Sensor Bomb - Clear Event 3
147. Entei - Clear Event 26
188. Game & Watch - Clear Event 45
192. Final Destination - Clear Event 51
193. Goomba - Clear Event 14
221. Majora's Mask - Clear Event 47


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* Part III: Stadium Trophies *
******************************
These are gotten by completing various things under either the Target 
Test, Home Run Derby, or Multi-Man Melee in the Stadium.

Target Test:
156. Lon Lon Milk - Get total time under 25 minutes in Target Test
160. Kirby Hat 4 - Get Mr. Game & Watch (by breaking all the targets or 
                   completing Classic or Adventure with all characters)
189. Target - Clear Target Test for all characters
288. Sheriff - Get total time under 12 1/2 minutes in Target Test

Home-Run Derby:
142. Unown - Get over 16,404 ft. (5000 m) of TOTAL distance for all 
             characters in Home Run Derby
190. Sandbag - Clear 984 ft. (300 m) in Home Run Derby
203. Paper Mario - Clear 1476 ft. (450 m) in Home Run Derby

Multi-Man Melee:
079. Male Wire Frame - Beat 100 Man Melee (in under 4:00)
080. Female Wire Frame - Beat 100 enemies in Endless Melee
081. Fighting Wire Frames - Beat the 15 Minute Melee
269. Mr. Resetti - Beat 5 enemies on Cruel Melee


*********************************
* Part IV: Multiplayer Trophies *
*********************************
These trophies are collected by accomplishing certain things in the VS. 
Mode.

085. Food - Play 1000 VS. matches
086. Maximum Tomato - Play 10 VS. matches
087. Heart Container - Play 100 VS. matches
119. Smash Coins - Play 100 Coin matches
141. Sudowoodo - Play 200 VS. matches
175. Falcon Flyer - Play 150 VS. matches
182. Kraid - Play 50 VS. matches
186. UFO - Play 100 VS. matches


*********************************
*  Part V: Requirement Trophies *
*********************************
These trophies are collected by meeting requirements or triggering 
certain events in the game.

092. Lip's Stick - Get a 21 hit or higher combo in Training
110. Metal Box - Get an 11 hit or higher combo in Training
111. Bunny Hood - Get a combined total of 125 combos for all characters 
                  in Training Mode
151. Celebi - See Celebi (All levels, characters, and score display 
              must be unlocked in order to see it)
161. Kirby Hat 5 - Unlock Roy, Pichu, Dr. Mario, Young Link, and Falco
220. Marin - Earn all secret levels & characters
226. Landmaster Tank - Get over 1000 total Ko's
267. Tom Nook - Get over 1000 coins (you can spend them in the process)
274. Captain Olimar - Have a Pikmin save on your memory card
289. Diskun - Earn all 249 Bonuses (Refer to DEngel's Bonuses FAQ)


****************************
* Part VI: Random Trophies *
****************************
These trophies are collected by one of four ways.  You can collect them 
in Classic mode, pick them up in Adventure or All-Star mode, or use the 
lottery to win them.

088. Warp Star
089. Ray Gun
090. Super Scope
091. Fire Flower
093. Star Rod
094. Beam Sword
095. Home-Run Bat
096. Fan
097. Hammer
098. Green Shell
099. Red Shell
100. Flipper
101. Freezie
102. Mr. Saturn
103. Bob-omb
105. Super Mushroom
106. Poison Mushroom
107. Starman
108. Parasol
109. Screw Attack
112. Cloaking Device
113. Barrel Cannon
114. Party Ball
115. Crate
116. Barrel
117. Capsule
118. Egg
120. Pokeball
121. Venusaur
122. Charizard
123. Squirtle
124. Blastoise
125. Clefairy
126. Electrode
127. Weezing
128. Chansey
129. Goldeen
130. Staryu
131. Snorlax
132. Articuno
133. Zapdos
134. Moltres
136. Chikorita
137. Cyndaquil
138. Togepi
139. Bellossom
140. Marill
143. Wobbuffet
144. Scizor
145. Porygon2
146. Raikou
148. Suicune
149. Lugia
150. Ho-oh
152. Toad
153. Coin
154. Vegetable
155. Megavitamins
157. Kirby Hat 1
158. Kirby Hat 2
159. Kirby Hat 3
162. Princess Peach's Castle
163. Bullet Bill
164. Lakitu
165. Pidgit
166. Birdo
167. Klap Trap
168. Shy Guys
169. Pak E. Derm
170. Tingle
171. Moon
172. Turtle
173. Four Giants
174. Master Sword
177. Mute City
178. Arwing
179. Great Fox
180. Peppy Hare
181. Slippy Toad
183. Chozo Statue
184. Whispy Woods
185. Fountain of Dreams
187. Pokemon Stadium
194. Koopa Troopa
195. Koopa Paratroopa
196. ReDead
197. Octorok
198. Like Like
199. Topi
200. Polar Bear
201. Raccoon Mario
202. Metal Mario
205. Plum
206. Daisy
207. Waluigi
208. Thwomp
209. Boo
210. Koopa Clown Car
211. Viruses
212. Bucket
213. Racing Kart
214. Baby Mario
215. Baby Bowser
216. Raphael Raven
217. Dixie Kong
218. King K. Rool
219. Goron
222. Ocarina of Time
223. Samurai Goroh
224. Dr. Stewart
225. Jody Summer
227. Wolfen
228. Andross
229. Andross
231. Metroid
232. Ridley
233. Fire Kirby
234. Fighter Kirby
235. Ball Kirby
236. Waddle Dee
237. King Dedede
238. Rick
239. Gooey
240. Meta-Knight
241. Paula
242. Jeff
243. Poo
244. Starman
245. Bulbasaur
246. Poliwhirl
247. Ditto
248. Eevee
249. Totodile
250. Crobat
251. Cleffa
252. Igglybuff
253. Steelix
254. Heracross
256. Professor Oak
257. Misty
258. ZERO-ONE
259. Maruo Maruhige
260. Ryota Hayami
261. Kensuke Kimachi
262. Love Giant
263. Hate Giant
264. Ray MK II
265. Bayonette
266. Annie
268. Totakeke
270. Heririn
271. Alpha
272. Vacuum Luigi
273. Pikmin
275. Excitebike
277. Ducks
278. Bubbles
279. Eggplant Man
281. Balloon Fighter
282. Stanley
283. Pit
284. Dr. Wright
285. Donbe & Hikari
286. Ayumi Tachibana
287. Monster
290. Nintendo GameCube


 
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=                           5. Master List                            =
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Here is the list of all the trophies in the game.  They are under Normal 
arrangement and are going right when viewing the trophies or down when 
viewing the list of them:

001. Mario
002. Mario (Smash 1)
003. Mario (Smash 2)
004. Donkey Kong
005. Donkey Kong (Smash 1)
006. Donkey Kong (Smash 2)
007. Link
008. Link (Smash 1)
009. Link (Smash 2)
010. Samus Aran
011. Samus Aran (Smash 1)
012. Samus Aran (Smash 2)
013. Yoshi
014. Yoshi (Smash 1)
015. Yoshi (Smash 2)
016. Kirby
017. Kirby (Smash 1)
018. Kirby (Smash 2)
019. Fox McCloud
020. Fox McCloud (Smash 1)
021. Fox McCloud (Smash 2)
022. Pikachu
023. Pikachu (Smash 1)
024. Pikachu (Smash 2)
025. Ness
026. Ness (Smash 1)
027. Ness (Smash 2)
028. Captain Falcon
029. Captain Falcon (Smash 1)
030. Captain Falcon (Smash 2)
031. Bowser
032. Bowser (Smash 1)
033. Bowser (Smash 2)
034. Peach
035. Peach (Smash 1)
036. Peach (Smash 2)
037. Ice Climbers
038. Ice Climbers (Smash 1)
039. Ice Climbers (Smash 2)
040. Zelda
041. Zelda (Smash 1)
042. Zelda (Smash 2)
043. Sheik
044. Sheik (Smash 1)
045. Sheik (Smash 2)
046. Luigi
047. Luigi (Smash 1)
048. Luigi (Smash 2)
049. Jigglypuff
050. Jigglypuff (Smash 1)
051. Jigglypuff (Smash 2)
052. Mewtwo
053. Mewtwo (Smash 1)
054. Mewtwo (Smash 2)
055. Marth
056. Marth (Smash 1)
057. Marth (Smash 2)
058. Mr. Game & Watch
059. Mr. Game & Watch (Smash 1)
060. Mr. Game & Watch (Smash 2)
061. Dr. Mario
062. Dr. Mario (Smash 1)
063. Dr. Mario (Smash 2)
064. Ganondorf
065. Ganondorf (Smash 1)
066. Ganondorf (Smash 2)
067. Falco Lombardi
068. Falco Lombardi (Smash 1)
069. Falco Lombardi (Smash 2)
070. Young Link
071. Young Link (Smash 1)
072. Young Link (Smash 2)
073. Pichu
074. Pichu (Smash 1)
075. Pichu (Smash 2)
076. Roy
077. Roy (Smash 1)
078. Roy (Smash 2)
079. Male Wire Frame
080. Female Wire Frame
081. Fighting Wire Frames
082. Giga Bowser
083. Master Hand
084. Crazy Hand
085. Food
086. Maximum Tomato
087. Heart Container
088. Warp Star
089. Ray Gun
090. Super Scope
091. Fire Flower
092. Lip's Stick
093. Star Rod
094. Beam Sword
095. Home-Run Bat
096. Fan
097. Hammer
098. Green Shell
099. Red Shell
100. Flipper
101. Freezie
102. Mr. Saturn
103. Bob-omb
104. Motion-Sensor Bomb
105. Super Mushroom
106. Poison Mushroom
107. Starman
108. Parasol
109. Screw Attack
110. Metal Box
111. Bunny Hood
112. Cloaking Device
113. Barrel Cannon
114. Party Ball
115. Crate
116. Barrel
117. Capsule
118. Egg
119. Smash Coins
120. Pokeball
121. Venusaur
122. Charizard
123. Squirtle
124. Blastoise
125. Clefairy
126. Electrode
127. Weezing
128. Chansey
129. Goldeen
130. Staryu
131. Snorlax
132. Articuno
133. Zapdos
134. Moltres
135. Mew
136. Chikorita
137. Cyndaquil
138. Togepi
139. Bellossom
140. Marill
141. Sudowoodo
142. Unown
143. Wobbuffet
144. Scizor
145. Porygon2
146. Raikou
147. Entei
148. Suicune
149. Lugia
150. Ho-oh
151. Celebi
152. Toad
153. Coin
154. Vegetable
155. Megavitamins
156. Lon Lon Milk
157. Kirby Hat 1
158. Kirby Hat 2
159. Kirby Hat 3
160. Kirby Hat 4
161. Kirby Hat 5
162. Princess Peach's Castle
163. Bullet Bill
164. Lakitu
165. Pidgit
166. Birdo
167. Klap Trap
168. Shy Guys
169. Pak E. Derm
170. Tingle
171. Moon
172. Turtle
173. Four Giants
174. Master Sword
175. Falcon Flyer
176. F-Zero Racers
177. Mute City
178. Arwing
179. Great Fox
180. Peppy Hare
181. Slippy Toad
182. Kraid
183. Chozo Statue
184. Whispy Woods
185. Fountain of Dreams
186. UFO
187. Pokemon Stadium
188. Game & Watch
189. Target
190. Sandbag
191. Battlefield
192. Final Destination
193. Goomba
194. Koopa Troopa
195. Koopa Paratroopa
196. ReDead
197. Octorok
198. Like Like
199. Topi
200. Polar Bear
201. Raccoon Mario
202. Metal Mario
203. Paper Mario
204. Wario
205. Plum
206. Daisy
207. Waluigi
208. Thwomp
209. Boo
210. Koopa Clown Car
211. Viruses
212. Bucket
213. Racing Kart
214. Baby Mario
215. Baby Bowser
216. Raphael Raven
217. Dixie Kong
218. King K. Rool
219. Goron
220. Marin
221. Majora's Mask
222. Ocarina of Time
223. Samurai Goroh
224. Dr. Stewart
225. Jody Summer
226. Landmaster Tank
227. Wolfen
228. Andross
229. Andross
230. Samus's Starship
231. Metroid
232. Ridley
233. Fire Kirby
234. Fighter Kirby
235. Ball Kirby
236. Waddle Dee
237. King Dedede
238. Rick
239. Gooey
240. Meta-Knight
241. Paula
242. Jeff
243. Poo
244. Starman
245. Bulbasaur
246. Poliwhirl
247. Ditto
248. Eevee
249. Totodile
250. Crobat
251. Cleffa
252. Igglybuff
253. Steelix
254. Heracross
255. Meowth
256. Professor Oak
257. Misty
258. ZERO-ONE
259. Maruo Maruhige
260. Ryota Hayami
261. Kensuke Kimachi
262. Love Giant
263. Hate Giant
264. Ray MK II
265. Bayonette
266. Annie
267. Tom Nook
268. Totakeke
269. Mr. Resetti
270. Heririn
271. Alpha
272. Vacuum Luigi
273. Pikmin
274. Captain Olimar
275. Excitebike
276. Donkey Kong Junior
277. Ducks
278. Bubbles
279. Eggplant Man
280. Mach Rider
281. Balloon Fighter
282. Stanley
283. Pit
284. Dr. Wright
285. Donbe & Hikari
286. Ayumi Tachibana
287. Monster
288. Sheriff
289. Diskun
290. Nintendo GameCube
291. Tamagon - Japan Only
292. Mario Riding Yoshi - Japanese promotion
293. Helmet-less Samus - Japanese promotion



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=                          6. Trophy Errors                           =
=======================================================================
Any errors that have been made on a trophy will be listed in this 
section.

- Samus Aran (#010) appeared in Metroid when it was first released 
  in 1986.  They chose the later release date of the game for the 
  trophy description.

- The Great Fox (#179) made its fist appearance on StarFox 64 for N64, 
  not in StarFox on SNES.

- Daisy (#206) has a third eye on the back of her head.
  To see the third eye: Center on the middle of her head, rotate to the 
  back of her head, angle her as if she's leaning forward just a bit, 
  and zoom in through her hair and ONLY her hair.  You should see it.

  Her appearance is listed as Mario Golf in the description, when it
  really should be Mario Tennis.  They also incorrectly added a hyphen
  in Sarasaland and misspelled Tatanga's name.

- Meta-Knight (#240) made his first appearance earlier in Kirby's 
  Adventure, not Kirby Super Star.  Though he was not mentioned by 
  name, you can clearly tell it is him.
 
- Ayumi Tachibana (#286) was the main character in the first Detective 
  Club, though it mentions her as appearing in only the second one.


"Errors":
- Some may say the Master Sword (#174) trophy appeared first in A Link 
  to the Past, not the Ocarina of Time.  However, the reason for me not 
  calling it an actual error is because the Ocarina of Time takes place 
  before a Link to the Past.  Gamers first saw it in a Link to the 
  Past, then the Ocarina of Time.  It all depends on if you go by the 
  storyline or the times when the games were released.

  nucciman@hotmail.com adds:
  The Master Sword actually first appeared in the Legend of Zelda for 
  NES.  Most will say the third sword is not the Master Sword, it's the 
  Magic Sword.  If you were lucky enough to get one of the original 
  copies (the first 200 copies that came out with the system) then when 
  you talk to the guy who says something about it, he calls it the 
  Magic Sword in the first world and the Master Sword in the second 
  world, and it is slightly stronger in the second world.  So, if you
  want to get really technical, that was the first appearance, even 
  though the game doesn't fit into the storyline, but it was the first 
  one released.
  
  In the European version, its first appearance is stated as A Link to
  the Past.
  
  If you change the text to Japanese, it has the Super Famicom and N64
  initials in the box where it states the first appearance.

- Birdo (#166) is called a she in SSBM, but in Super Mario Brothers 2,
  it's a he.  The reasons for this is because the people who wrote the
  manual thought it would be funny.  They decided to call her a him,
  thus making "him" a cross-dresser.  Depending on if you want to go by
  the manual or other games she was in, it could be considered an error.
  This information was provided in an e-mail referring to the site: 
  www.classicgaming.com/tmk
  
  On a side note, Birdo is called Ostro in the Super Mario Brothers 2
  instruction manual.  The creature the ShyGuy is riding in the credits is
  called Ostro.  Chances are there was an accidental name swap during
  translation.

- Birdo was present in Super Mario RPG as one of the bosses in Nimbus
  Land, meaning it was not absent after Super Mario Bothers 2.



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=                    7. Frequently Asked Questions                    =
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This is where I'll answer some frequently asked questions.  Please read 
this section to see if a question you're E-Mailing me has been answered.

QUESTIONS ADDRESSED:
1.  I got <insert trophy name> a different way, etc...!
2.  Why are the distances for the Home Run Derby so weird?
3.  What's the order in the Normal listing?
4.  After I hit B in the Gallery, does that trophy total on the bottom
    include repeats?
5.  How do you get the Tamagon trophy?
6.  Why was Tamagon removed from the American version of the game?
7.  My chances of getting a new trophy is 0.0% in the lottery, but I'm
    still missing some trophies!
8.  Is there anything trophy related that's different when you change
    the game to Japanese text?
9.  What's the best way to get a high combo in Training Mode?
10. Is there a website where I can see the pictures/descriptions of the
    trophies?
11. What do I get for getting all 290 trophies?
12. Is there any way to see the total number of coins I have (spent and 
    saved)?  
13. Any tidbits of information?
14. Any interesting additions concerning the trophies?
15. How do I get the Mario Riding Yoshi and Helmet-Less Samus trophies?




1.  I got <insert trophy name> a different way, etc...!

 You will acquire some of these trophies after you meet the requirement 
 and then do something else.  For example, I got the DK Jr. trophy 
 after playing through Adventure Mode with Luigi, just after beating 
 Classic with everyone.


2.  Why are the distances for the Home Run Derby so weird?

 The reason for these "weird" distances in feet is rather simple.  The 
 game awards trophies based on the distance in METERS.  I have the 
 meter distances next to the feet distances.


3.  What's the order in the Normal listing?

 Here goes:
 -First 78 are playable characters
 -Next 6 are opponents
 -Next 36 are the items and the Pokeball Pokemon
 -Then comes the Character Properties
 -Followed by the Stages and Related Items
 -The Game Series trophies, which include: Mario, DK, Zelda, F-
  Zero, StarFox, Metroid, Kirby, Earthbound, and Pokemon.
 -Finally, there are the various extras & selections from other games.


4.  After I hit B in the Gallery, does that trophy total on the bottom
    include repeats?

 No it does not.  That is the total number of different trophies you 
 have.  The x## in the right hand column shows how many times you got 
 that trophy.


5.  How do you get the Tamagon trophy?

 Import a Japanese GameCube and a Japanese version of Super Smash 
 Brothers Melee.  Or, you could just accept the fact that it's not in 
 the American version.


6.  Why was Tamagon removed from the American version of the game?

 The name of the game it was in, when translated from Japanese to 
 English, contained the word "devil" (Devil World).  And Nintendo of 
 America thinks games that have the word "devil" in it are VERY bad.  
 Blasphemy, I believe.


7.  My chances of getting a new trophy is 0.0% in the lottery, but I'm
    still missing some trophies!

 As the game informs you of a milestone in trophies, which is having 
 50, 100, 150, 200, or 250, more trophies will be available for you 
 from the lottery.  Once you reach the milestone, you can get them by 
 picking them up or winning them in the lottery.


8.  Is there anything trophy related that's different when you change 
    the game to Japanese text?

 If you check out the Collection, you'll notice several differences. 
 The NES is replaced by the Famicom, the SNES is replaced by the Super 
 Famicom, the SSB box and game are now the Japanese versions, the 
 Virtual Boy is there, and finally the SSBM frame above the shelves is 
 in Japanese.


9.  What's the best way to get a high combo in Training Mode?

 digithanh15@hotmail.com suggests:
 Use Ness against a standing Bowser on Princess Peach's Castle at 2x 
 speed.  I cornered him against the wall and stood a little bit away 
 from him and used PK Fire on him really fast and constantly.  If you 
 just hold forward and keep pressing B, you should get a really high 
 combo.

 sschelte@bradley.edu also suggests:
 Use Bowser and fight somebody heavy (preferably another Bowser).  Set 
 it to human and have it slowly walk towards you the whole time.  Hold 
 down the B button on your controller to keep a constant stream of fire 
 on the other player.  It works better when he starts out at 30-50% 
 damage.

 NeoMatrix911X@aol.com suggests this really good method:
 With any two characters, go to the Fourside level.  Put the CPU 
 against the middle building on the second platform.  Take your guy up 
 there and while the computer is up against the wall, keep tapping A.  
 You can get a combo as big as you want.

 Stop sending me ways to get combos.  Three is more than enough.  Thank 
 you.


10. Is there a website where I can see the pictures/descriptions of the 
    trophies?

 Here is an excellent site that includes the Japanese trophies too:
 Nintendo Database:  http://www.classicgaming.com/nindb/
 

11. What do I get for getting all 290 trophies?

 Bragging rights and satisfaction of having the trophies part 100% 
 complete.  As disappointing as it may seem, that's all you get.


12. Is there any way to see the total number of coins I have (spent and 
    saved)?

 Unfortunately, there is no way.


13. Any tidbits of information?

 In the Japanese version, the "trophies" are referred to as "figures."  
 Apparently, Nintendo localization translators mistranslated "figyua" 
 (figure in English) as "trophy."  This makes sense too because if you 
 look at the "trophies," they look more like action figures as opposed 
 to a trophy you'd get for winning something.
 Also, in the Japanese version, the lottery machine is replaced with the 
 "FiguPon" (a figure reference).  Gambling is illegal in Japan, which is 
 probably the cause of the name change.


14. Any interesting additions concerning the trophies?

 If you change the lighting on the Ganondorf (#064 to #066) trophies to the
 black background, his eyes will become red.  This is not a lighting effect,
 his eyes will actually turn red.  It's a cool addition.

 Also, if you change the background color to green (press Start 1 time) or
 blue (press Start 5 times) on the Paper Mario (#203) trophy, he will
 begin to glow.

 If you change the background color to red (press Start 2 times) on the
 GameCube (#290) trophy, it will become purple.

 If you press start once on the Classic Link trophy (#007), the TriForce
 on his sword will start to glow in a weird way.


15. How do I get the Mario Riding Yoshi and Helmet-less Samus trophies?

 As of right now, the only way would be with a GameShark.  Those trophies
 were given out as promotions in Japan, and there's no telling if the U.S.
 will have a similar promotion.



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=                     8. Credits / Special Thanks                     =
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I'd like to thank the following:
- GameFAQs <www.GameFAQs.com> for publishing my In-Depth FAQ
- Nintendo/HAL Laboratory, Inc. for making this AWESOME game

From the GameFAQs Message Boards:
- Codester for clarifying how to get the F-Zero Racers(#176) and Meowth 
  (#255) trophies.  Also thanks for the input on how to get the Donkey 
  Kong Junior (#276) trophy. 
- AudioZan for clarifying how to get the Lip's Stick (#092), Metal Box 
  (#110), and Bunny Hood (#111) trophies.
- SSBM Man for clarifying how to get the Sudowoodo (#141) trophy.
- Majin Slu (ABM8888888@aol.com) for pointing out an error in the 
  random trophies introduction.
- Shadow Ninja for the name of the game Meta-Knight (#240) originally 
  appeared in.
- Neo Vejiita for the original release date of Metroid.
- IrregularHunterTDX for the Ayumi Tachibana (#286) trophy error.
- Thegreatmagus12 for the first appearance of the Master Sword (#174).
- RogueLeader2 for clarifying and Sqpat17 for confirming how to get the 
  Celebi (#151) trophy.

E-Mailers:
- Homer76767@aol.com for his theory on how to get the Donkey Kong 
  Junior (#276) trophy.
- twilight@planetz.net for input on the Meowth (#255) trophy.
- Very large amount of thanks to vigamaprime@hotmail.com for clarifying 
  how to get many of the trophies.
- freespacemaster1home.com for pointing out my total distance error
- theunclebob@hotmail.com for the additional way to get the One-Player 
  Mode trophies, the order for the Normal set-up, and the differences 
  of the American/Japanese Collection.
- digithanh15@hotmail.com & sschelte@bradley.edu for the methods to get 
  high combos.
- tacopita@hotmail.com for pointing out an addition to the Giga Bowser 
  (#082) trophy.
- fryguy64@hotmail.com for letting me put a link to his excellent SSBM 
  website.  (URL: http://www.classicgaming.com/nindb/)
- sky64x@hotmail.com/shoe@gameboydojo.com for pointing out an incorrect 
  distance for the Home-Run derby, which made me check and fix all the 
  distances.
- Dbzgtg3@aol.com for pointing out an error in FAQ number 7.
- homeboyje@yahoo.com for clarifying the Master Sword story.
- Eric Bengfort for the Birdo trophy (#166) "Error."
- NeoMatrix911X@aol.com for the last and great combo tip.
- nucciman@hotmail.com for the additional clarification of the Master 
  Sword story.
- codehunter64@yahoo.com for clarifying the Birdo story.
- rgmondu@hotmail.com for the tidbits of information.
- Mike Butler for clarifying the combo count to get the Bunny Hood (#111) 
  trophy.
- Isaac Luria for pointing out the Ganondorf (#064 to #066) lighting effect.
- Ezra Trujillo for pointing out one of the Paper Mario (#203) lighting
  effects.
- Jay Adams for clarifying that the European version has A Link to the
  Past as the Master Sword (#174) trophy's first appearance.
- Nick Walsh for pointing out Birdo's real name.
- Topvideogamer15@aol.com for pointing out the lighting effect on Link's
  trophy (#007).
- Mike52585@aol.com for pointing out a Birdo appearance.
- Steven Colasanti for adding info to the Birdo issue.
- Ness588@aol.com for the info on the Master Sword (#174).
- Scott Shelley for some trophy errors.



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=                       9. Contact Information                        =
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If you would like to contact me with any e-mail regarding corrections, 
questions, comments, and/or clarifications, please send it to:

Mem010@hotmail.com

Make sure to include "SSBM" somewhere in the topic, so I don't mistake 
it for junk mail.  You can also include the subject the e-mail is 
relating to if you want.

If you are asking a question, *please* check to see if it has been 
answered in the FAQ section or the actual guide before sending me any e-
mail.
Please don't ask for help on how to beat certain things or something 
like that, just use the Message Boards.



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